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[QUICK DESCRIPTION] Estimates occur all over mathematics. This article contains links to articles and navigation pages about estimating different kinds of quantities. ===Different quantities one might estimate=== [[Estimating sums]] [[Estimating integrals]] [[Estimating limits]] [[Estimating cardinalities]] [[Estimating probabilities]] ===Useful techniques to know about=== [[Insert constraints into estimates and error terms]] [[Use basic examples to calibrate exponents]] [note article incomplete] These are just a few ideas for articles, but they may not be the best choice. More ideas would be welcome -- as would the articles themselves ... [/note]
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